Drinking tea is more than a pleasant experience, it is also an investment in a healthier future.
After a long day, all you really need is a good night’s sleep, and quite frankly nothing sets the mood better than a warm cup of tea. Think of that warm fuzzy feeling when you’re sitting in bed sipping a delightful cuppa; it’s possibly one of the most relaxing, soothing and calming experiences (especially before bed). While there are many options in the market, some types of herbal teas can help you unwind better after a long day.
Herbal teas have been used as a natural sleep remedy for centuries, given their ability to fight insomnia, stress and anxiety. Some have sleep-promoting properties including lavender, tulsi, magnolia and chamomile, to name a few. But the beverage you drink a few hours before you sleep should ideally be caffeine-free, making it easier to drift off to sleep. Caffeine goes instantly into our circulatory system making us feel wakeful, while causing the pulse to beat faster and the blood to pump more vigorously.
With the wide variety of teas on shelves in supermarkets, you may often find yourself confused about your choice of tea. To make the task easier for you, Luxebook has handpicked some of the best caffeine-free teas for sound sleep.
TDT world brings you the goodness of lavender in a cup. With aromas that leave you feeling calm and relaxed, each sip is a delight to your palate. And on a day when you want to unwind, TDT’s Angelic Lavender Breeze is just the cup you need to brew. With healing properties of lavender, rejuvenating lemongrass and spicy rosemary, the tea has a glorious aroma. The delicate spicy flavour profile helps you relax by tapping into your nervous system, like a soft heavenly breeze.
Chamomile tea is made from the flower of Chamomile — a flower with antioxidants that promote calmness and helps you fall asleep faster. When it comes to a bedtime brew, Chamomile Tea takes the top spot. Tea Trunk’s caffeine-free Chamomile tea is great for soothing sips through the day or at bedtime. Known to calm your colds and cramps, this healing tea boosts your nervous system. The anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties can be very effective in treating colds and other infections, clearing skin irritations and healing wounds.
Not only is TWG’s Vanilla Bourbon tea caffeine-free, but it is also theine-free – while caffeine is present in tea theine is usually found in teas. (Both theine and caffeine are stimulants for the central nervous system). Rooibos from South Africa is blended with sweet TWG Tea vanilla to create an indulgent infusion that can be had warm or iced at any time of the day. This herbal infusion can be used to give soothing
Cooling and refreshing, if you’re looking for a summer-special tea, peppermint tea should be on your radar. With its cooling properties, Sancha Tea’s caffeine-free peppermint tea will leave you feeling refreshed with a cool sensation inside your body. Made with mint leaves, the tea acts as a relaxant and helps you reduce stress. Known for its cool minty aroma derived from menthol, peppermint herbal tea is a great digestive and may even aid in preventing gas and bloating.
Get the goodness of ginger, turmeric and a detox tea all-in-one with Vahdam’s caffeine-free tea. An exotic tisane of sun-dried turmeric bits and fresh aromatic spices, with a hint of citrus, the tea leaves your palate with a burst of flavours. We recommend having this warm once you’re tucked into bed.
Breakaway from your daily stresses with a hero product by Dharmsala Tea Company — the Insomnia Blend. Bringing together four, powerful ayurvedic herbs namely Ashwagandha, Avena, Jatamansi and Valerian, the tea promotes relaxation and restful sleep. Each of the herbs works to reduce stress and anxiety caused by our hectic lifestyle.